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no one has proved that any infinite Penrose tiling is three-colorable.</pre>  
 
no one has proved that any infinite Penrose tiling is three-colorable.</pre>  
  
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* [http://www.ual.es/~jcaceres/ptbpcb3c.ps Penrose Tilings by Pentacles can be 3-Colored]
 
* [http://www.ual.es/~jcaceres/ptbpcb3c.ps Penrose Tilings by Pentacles can be 3-Colored]
 
<pre>by J. Caceres, M.E. Gegundez, A. Marquez , 2002
 
<pre>by J. Caceres, M.E. Gegundez, A. Marquez , 2002
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   * If the value of a cell does not equal the value of any bordering
 
   * If the value of a cell does not equal the value of any bordering
 
     cell, the cell does not change value</pre>
 
     cell, the cell does not change value</pre>
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''Conway's game of life on Penrose tiles''
 
''Conway's game of life on Penrose tiles''

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